Scott Horton Interviews David Enders

Scott Horton, October 11, 2011

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David Enders, freelance journalist and author of Baghdad Bulletin, discusses why US combat troops will finally withdraw from Iraq this year (even if “advisors” and CIA/counterintelligence assets are staying long-term); Iraq’s broken infrastructure and authoritarian government – the legacy of eight years of occupation; why Iran and Iraq are natural allies with much in common; and how Iraq’s foreign policy is influenced by the large number of refugees still living in Syria.

MP3 here. (17:08)

David Enders, author of Baghdad Bulletin (Michigan), is a New York-based freelance television and print journalist.

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